Reviewed by K.C. Kim
It makes me cringe when I see someone driving around with a cell phone in their ear. In Michigan there is no law against cell phone use in vehicle and that makes the roads less safe. This is why I recommend everyone either get a Bluetooth headset or an In-car Speakerphone. I was lucky enough to try out the new Jabra DRIVE and here I will post my thoughts.
The Jabra DRIVE is slim and thin and looks like one giant clip that attaches to your dashboard. I like that the DRIVE is not very bulky and blends in nicely in the interior of my Acura RSX. In the package you will find the DRIVE, USB cable, car adapter, and manual.
The DRIVE is an easy to use In-Car Speakerphone that will appeal to everyone who is sick of the difficult to use devices. This is a Speakerphone that you won’t even need to read the manual as it’s simple as can be. Once you pair the device you simple click the answer/end button. In addition the volume buttons allow you to raise and lower the sound for calls and streaming music. The sound quality of the Speakerphone is solid and the added feature of echo and noise cancellation provides clear sound without the outside noise getting in the way of the conversation. The multiuse functions allow you to pair two devices at the same time like an iPod Touch and a cell phone. The talk time on this Speakerphone is ample at around 20hrs with 30 day standby.
The Jabra DRIVE is simple to use and looks to be nicely made with a metal finish. If you’re in the market for a Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone then you can’t do any better than the Jabra DRIVE. The Jabra DRIVE is the best value on the market for a quality in-Car Speakerphone with a solid brand behind it.
9.7 Out of 10